Located in San Sebastián, Spain, this darling renovated pad makes a stellar case for attic living. In overhauling the compact space, interior designer Concha Rodriguez focused on one big idea, which is joining all the previously compartmentalized smaller rooms (except the bathroom!) into one semi-connected space with partitioning glass panel doors.
As detailed in Nuevo Estilo, another broadly deployed trick was choosing high-gloss finishes for the walls and ceilings to capture and reflect as much light as possible from the space's five windows. Finally, furnishing the space meant embracing some chic and cozy Scandi style—'50s Swedish side tables in the living area and a reproduction of an Erik Ole Jørgensen chair in the kitchen are just a few examples.
∙ A Renovated Attic in San Sebastian [Nuevo Estilo via Automatism]
∙ This Suave Attic Apartment Masters the 'Vintage Luxe' Look [Curbed]
∙ Year in Curbed: Gorgeous Renovations [Curbed]